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Nov 28, 2012 5:00pm PST
park at 6:00 sunday morning. >> hole right there. >> retired firefighter steve davis, the bullets kept coming. three of them hit his house. >> 36. >> 36 rounds? >> uh-huh. >> six of the bullets hit a car but most of them hit the two girls. neighbors tried to comfort them as they were dying. >> just a few hours earlier an less than a mile away here, bobby sartan had an argument with the mother's boyfriend. he said she couldn't follow the rules, she had to leave. she did and took the childhood friend with her. >> i think justice will be served and i'm not going to rest until it is. >> oakland homicide victims 114 and 115, but to their families, they were raquel and bobby, best friends in life and now in death. rita williams, ktvu channel 2 news. >> a hayward woman was arrested in a scheme to file false tax returns and claim refunds. lat tasha ringo recruited and created w2 forms claiming fake employment and tax. if convicted, ringo could face a maximum sentence two 10 years in prison and $1,500 fine. >>> san francisco officials asked to be notified a day before the public announceme
Nov 21, 2012 5:00pm PST
equipment and to engrave electronic items with an id number. >>> the men arrested for burglarizing steve job's home pleaded no contest this morning. 35-year-old mcfarland now faces more than seven years in prison. he admitted to burglarizing and taking a list of things from jobs' home, including a walt containing steve's driver's license and credit card. >>> a man from contra costa has been arrested for robbing a bank in concord last week. police say the suspect robbed the us bank in concord on november 13. after an investigation, concord police detectives identified a suspect. he is 24-year-old clayton hill of concord. officers tracked downhill yesterday afternoon. they found him in a car on highway 4, pulled him over and took him into custody. >>> it's a thanksgiving tradition that has nothing to do with turkey. the annual san francisco auto show starts tomorrow. tom vacar went inside today and tom tells us why this year will be a much more hands-on experience for car fans. >> reporter: there really is something for everyone, from custom builts to museum classics. the displays are bigg
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